Warrants of arrest vs. 2 Des officials out

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WARRANTS of arrest were issued against two executives of Des Marketing, Inc. for falsification and cybercrime complaints filed by the regional office of the Land Transportation Office (LTO) 7.

Lapu-Lapu City Presiding Judge Nelson Galuna Leyco issued the warrants of arrest against Marvin Ken Du and Cassandra Alexis Du for two counts of the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012 in violation of Section 4, Paragraph B, Subparagraph 1 (II) of RA 10175 (for computer-related Forgery).

Leyco also issued another arrest warrant against the two executives for two counts of Falsification by Private Individual and Use of Falsified Documents (Article 172 of the Revised Penal Code).

The court set bail at P120,000 for each accused in the cybercrime case and P18,000 for each in the falsification charges.

Leyco issued the warrants of arrest on March 29, 2022.

LTO 7 under the leadership of regional director Victor Emmanuel Caindec filed the two charges against Des executives.

In November 2021, the Lapu Lapu City Prosecutor's Office found probable cause to indict Marvin Ken Du, Carl Ryan Lim, Iwih Jane Du, and Cassandra Alexis Du for cybercrime and falsification of documents by a private individual.

Court records showed that Lim and Iwih Jane Du voluntarily surrendered and posted bail.

While Cassandra Alexis Du posted bail on April 4, 2022.

Marvin Ken Du is the Chairman of the Board of Des Marketing, Inc. and Du Ek Sam, Inc. and a member of the Board of Directors of Desmark Corporation and Premio Corporation. Carl Ryan Lim is the President and CEO of Des Marketing, Inc. and Du Ek Sam, Inc. while Iwih Jane Du and Cassandra Alexis Du are both Corporate Secretary and Corporate Treasurer respectively, of Des Marketing, Inc. and Du Ek Sam, Inc.

"All taken, the lengthy and exhaustive answer of the herein respondents but failed to address the lingering question behind the existence of two versions of the cash sales invoice receipts with glaring differences. One, issued to the customers, and the other one, uploaded to the Land Transportation Office, " Lapu-Lapu Assistant City Prosecutor Antonio Aseniero said in a resolution dated November 10, 2021. (PAC with PR)

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